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[texts]Annual report of the town officers with the receipts and expenditures and financial condition of the town of New Gloucester - New Gloucester (Me. : Town)
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Keywords: New Gloucester Public Library (New Gloucester, Me.)
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[texts]The New Gloucester centennial - New Gloucester (Me.)

Keywords: New Gloucester (Me.) -- History
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[texts]The New Gloucester centennial - New Gloucester (Me.)

Keywords: New Gloucester (Me.) -- History
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[texts]The Gray and New Gloucester register, 1905 - Mitchell, H. E. (Harry Edward), 1877-

Keywords: Gray (Me. : Town); New Gloucester (Me. : Town)
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[texts]The Gray and New Gloucester register, 1905 - Mitchell, H. E. (Harry Edward), 1877-

Keywords: Gray (Me. : Town); New Gloucester (Me. : Town)
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[movies]Bartlett Adams: Stone Cutter - Patti Mikkelsen, Richard Erwin
Ron Romano, Spirits Alive tour guide, gives a Power Point presentation of gravestone carvings done by Bartlett Adams and his associates in the early 1800s in the Greater Portland, Maine area. Adams and his family resided in New Gloucester, Maine for 18 months and some of the town's cemeteries contain gravestones etched with his carvings. A New Gloucester Historical Society presentation.
Keywords: Bartlett Adams; gravestones; etching; lecture; cemeteries; stone cutter; New Gloucester
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[movies]Nathaniel Hawthorne Among the Shakers - Patti Mikkelsen, Richard Erwin
Dr. Steven B. Rogers, a summer resident of New Gloucester, shares his research regarding Hawthorne's connections to the Shakers, which goes back to Hawthorne's boyhood in Maine in the 1820s and continued throughout his lifetime. Roger's talk took place at a New Gloucester Historical Society gathering.
Keywords: people; literature; lecture; Hawthorne; Shakers; author; Longfellow; Franklin Pierce; New Gloucester; Maine
Downloads: 30
[texts]A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children: during an unfortunate journey through the wilderness, from Canada to Kennebeck River, in the year 1784: in which three of their children were starved to death. - Bradman, Arthur

Keywords: Forbes, Robert, of New Gloucester, Me; Scott, Frances; Indian captivities; Kennebec River (Me.)
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